Red Hat Enterprise Linux

Learn Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) Server administration in Pune India

Linux is everywhere, from personal devices to the largest supercomputers, from the computer labs at universities to Wall Street or the International Space Station, and even Mars!

Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) is the most used Linux distribution in enterprise environments and knowing how to use it is a key skill for anyone in technology. No matter whether you are completely into managing infrastructure or you are a developer interested in knowing more about the platform you want to deploy on, learning about Linux – and, more precisely, about RHEL – will help you be more effective and could even boost your career.

Red Hat Enterprise Linux training in Pune India

Red Hat Enterprise Linux administration in Pune India

This training is based on the latest Red Hat Enterprise Linux 9.x or equivalent Linux distribution. You'll become more proficient in day-to-day Linux administration activities and be ready for the server or system admin job roles.


  • Basic IT knowledge is required like: Networking basics, IP addressing and networking concepts.
  • No experience in Linux is required


Please check the syllabus tab above.
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1 Getting RHEL Up and Running
  • We will cover the Installation of RHEL, from obtaining the software and the subscriptions to the installation of the system itself.
2 Basic Commands and using Unix/Linux basic commands
  • In this chapter we'll learn the daily commands that will be used during system administration, and how can they be automated via shell scripting.
3 Tools for Regular Operations
  • Learn the simple tools that are available in our system that can be used for regular daily operations, such as starting or enabling a system service or reviewing what is going on in the system through logs.
4 Securing Systems with Users, Groups, and Permissions
  • In this chapter ww learn to manage users, groups, and permissions in any Linux system, with some specifics on RHEL.
5 Enabling Network Connectivity
  • You'll learn the steps to connect a system to the network and the possible ways it can be configured.
6 Adding, Patching, and Managing Software
  • This chapter reviews how the steps to add, remove, and update can be managed in our system, including examples for upgrades and rollbacks.
7 Managing Local Storage and Filesystems
  • You'll learn the filesystem creation, mount points, and general storage management.
8 Flexible Storage Management with LVM
  • This chapter explains how Logical Volume Manager (LVM) empowers more flexible storage management by being able to add disks and extend logical volumes.
9 Administering Systems Remotely
  • This chapter covers how to remotely connect to your system using SSH and OpenSSH server. Learn to configure ssh keys and using a password-less root user login setup.
10 File sharing services and Security configuration
  • You'll learn to configure the file sharing services such as NFS Server, NFS Client and SMB (Samba) server along with Firewall and SELinux configuration required for the file sharing services.
11 Understanding the Boot Process
  • How the system boots and the details that make it important.
  • Root user password recovery.